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A Warm Welcome to Our Newest Community Members! [January]

Hello Hello!


We're delighted to extend a warm welcome to our newest members who have joined us in this amazing community. Let's take a moment to welcome: 

@Shivamsriva880, @Hari234, @Prasad1511, @TonyLy369, @KhuramShahz275, @SajadullahS683,

@ZarmeenaKha490, @Melissa Pazzanese, @Coach Dee, @CheetahAcad629, @HosamDahb, @Juhan, @Mohamed Omran, @MuradFarooq786, @Pretesh, @Alqmase-Alqumasi, @MarioMatthe714, @Khubi.Malhotra, @Aryem282, @harivicky264, @KabirZazai, @YaşarKaya273, @JohnDourvas, @AndreiBarbu, @VanshikaPoo098, @Belgheit, @TheophilusA622, @AminKhaliq928 @PeterMcMill782 @Kathiravan2424 @EliCohen419 @TibetEgeDemir @Mathsfanatic10 @Ask @AnnuPrajapa968 @Daniro756 @Jyotijatav454 @SonuPatidar @GauravSingh145




We're thrilled to have you join us, and we're excited to connect with you and support you on your journey on Udemy.


Whether you're just getting started or you've been teaching online for years, this is a place where you can connect with others, share your experiences, and learn from each other. If you're new to the community, here are a few things you can do to get started:


  • 👋 Introduce yourself: Write a post and tell us a little bit about yourself, your background, and your teaching experience.
  • 💡 Check out our monthly themes: Every month, we share a calendar of discussions and resources around a specific theme to help you grow as an online instructor.
  • Join our coffee chats: Every month, we host a virtual coffee chat where you can connect with other members and discuss a variety of topics related to online teaching.

We're here to support you, so don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or if there's anything we can do to help. We're looking forward to getting to know you!


Udemy Community Team

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